I politely tell the client who interrupted to please standby and that I will be able to answer their questions/handle their issues shortly. If they need immediate attention I will call a member of the team to assist. Menos
I apologize and ask him or her to please step in line and I’ll be right with them. If they interrupt I say understand completely and look for a manager. If there isn’t one available, I’d ask for the source of their urgency. If it’s just them being difficult without an interest in telling me their issue I’d tell them I’ll be with them shortly, I just have to help another customer. Really it helps to keep things short and simple, moving along as quickly as possible with other tasks at hand. Menos
Just told them the truth that I was looking for a job change and why.
I am working as an independent contractor.
I have a lot of Front Desk experience, from Hotels and Country Clubs. I think that my experience and drive, will make me an asset to your company.
I would be delighted to introduce myself in person and discuss this wonderful position. Menos
I have been working in The Hospitality Industry for many years , in Hotels as well Country Clubs.
Now I am an independent contractor and work on several projects at this time.
I am looking to go back to my roots, which is being a Front Desk Receptionist. Menos
This thing depends on my career if I well be present my self as good and hard work employ and as per company policy company delivered me good benefits of my efforts than I well stay with company full life like other employees Menos
They are not asking your full name or age. Just tell them how you paved your academic and professional pathway up to now. Menos
i m from sri lanka , 27 old
i m working as chef,
my name is shankar chaudhary currently i am working on Anantara Hotel Resort & Spa, Doha Qatar as Airport Representative. i have done HSEB on Commerce and Hotel Management form Nepal. i have almost 6 year working experience on Lux* hotels and another 6 years on Computer operator. I have my wife in my family in Nepal. Menos
Was asked numerous questions:
Alright first set of questions. What does a company owe its employees? What other companies are you interviewing with?
-I believe a company owes its employees Gratitude and Appreciation. I am currently not interviewing with any other Companies at this time.
Are you currently employed? How many hours do you intend to dedicate to this job position if hired?
-I am not currently employed and intend to dedicate my full 8 hour day to this position if hired.
What qualities do you look for in a boss and What motivates you to do your best on the job? Do you have any QuickBooks experience & why do you want to work for this company? What is your clerical speed(WPM)?
-I look for strong leadership qualities, considerate, helpful/mentor type. I believe that hard work and dedication everyday motivates me to do my best. I have very little QuickBooks experience it has been a few years since I have used the program. I believe I would be a great fit for this company, I have 9 years of data entry experience and working with spreadsheets, data, financial figures/budgets. My clerical speed is 72WPM